Weed atlas

Effective crop protection begins with the proper recognition of agriphages. Read the descriptions and study the photo gallery of weed most common in farm plantations, and plan the best protection for Your crop!

Field mustard (SINAPIS ARVENSIS)

The field mustard is a weed that is relatively easy to control; it is an annual, summer plant. Control is fairly hassle-free in winter cereals, maize and sugar beet. Control progresses somewhat worse in winter rape. It develops best in heavy, clay soils that are rich in nitrogen and calcium. It is noteworthy that the seeds of the field mustard may sprout in the earth even for dozens of years. Herbicidal spray treatment is quite necessary, however, it should be planned so as to not influence the condition of the crop negatively. In addition, one must consider also other resources used to hinder the development of this infestation.

The field mustard will not develop among the crop if the planters will take better care of the material used for sowing, and eliminate weed residing on roadsides and in baulks. These are important preventive care components, recommended based on long years of observation.

UsageControl
Sugar beet Akord 180 OF, Agent 180 EC
Winter wheat Ambasador 75 WG, Agrosar 360 SL
Winter rape Agrosar 360 SL